DeVeaux becomes interested in a young man working at the restaurant named C.C. and they begin dating. As DeVeaux spends more time with him, she wonders if he is the one for her. Can they work through their differences and enjoy the relationship? Or are the differences in their beliefs too much to overcome?
Written entirely from DeVeaux's point of view, GRACE AT LOW TIDE is a book not for the lighter fare reader. It goes deep into the muddy depths of DeVeaux's life and shines a light on her family's dysfunctionality. With a strong-arm father who insists everyone does as he says to a mother who tries not to ruffle feathers and attempts to keep peace, DeVeaux relies on God to help her keep her sanity. The varied and colorful characters keep the novel moving along, as well as the reader's interest in what the outcome of this story will be. GRACE AT LOW TIDE is from debut author Beth Webb Hart, and I look forward to reading more of her future novels.